Football Papers: All The Latest Football News And Transfer Gossip This Evening

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MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS

  • Manchester City are set to complete the club-record signing of Leicester playmaker Riyad Mahrez within days.
  • Joel Pereira wants to go out on loan after making only one first-team appearance for Manchester United last season, according to sources close to the ‘keeper.
  • Man Utd are putting the finishing touches on a deal for Shakhtar Donetsk midfielder Fred while the Brazil international is in England with his national team.
  • United are set to announce a new, signing expected to be Porto right-back Diogo Dalot, “within hours”.

LONDON EVENING STANDARD

  • Cesar Azpilicueta is confident the world’s best players will still want to join Chelsea, despite the club not playing Champions League football next season.
  • Former Chelsea forward Eidur Gudjohnsen thinks Eden Hazard could opt to leave Stamford Bridge after a “disappointing” campaign for the Blues.
  • Fulham could be forced to pay nearly £20m to sign Newcastle forward Aleksandar Mitrovic on a permanent deal.

LIVERPOOL ECHO

  • Liverpool are reportedly one of a number of clubs interested in signing Southampton ‘keeper Alex McCarthy as a backup shot stopper this summer.
  • Liverpool are interested in Barca reserve ‘keeper Jasper Cillessen, according to reports in Spain.
  • Roma will demand £79m for ‘keeper Alisson, but will not allow the Brazilian to leave the Stadio Olimpico until after the World Cup.
  • Everton want to bring Sporting Lisbon midfielder William Carvalho to Goodison Park this summer, say reports in Portugal.
  • Besiktas are pondering a swoop for out-of-favour Everton midfielder Davy Klaassen.

NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE

  • Mikel Merino’s Newcastle future remains in doubt as La Liga clubs continue to monitor his situation at St James’ Park.
  • The Magpies may pass up on the opportunity to sign Stoke midfielder Joe Allen this summer.
  • Cardiff have joined the race to land Sunderland midfielder Didier Ndong.

SUNDERLAND ECHO

  • Sunderland’s summer transfer business is set to increase this week.

EXPRESS & STAR

  • Wolves have activated an option to buy Porto centre-back Willy Boly, who spent last season on loan at Molineux.
  • Erhun Oztumer has been linked with a trio of Championship clubs as he edges toward a Walsall exit.

THE SENTINEL

  • Republic of Ireland boss Martin O’Neill thinks Stoke could be about to sign West Brom midfielder James McClean.
  • Port Vale’s move for Chesterfield striker Kristian Dennis appear to have ended.

HULL DAILY MAIL

  • Midfielder Jon Toral believes Hull supporters are still to see the best of him at the KC Stadium.
  • Tigers skipper Michael Dawson is set to make a decision over his long-term future this week as the veteran defender ponders a move away from the KCOM Stadium.
  • Hull wide man Kamil Grosicki has revealed he has “no idea” where his future will lie after this summer’s World Cup.

LANCASHIRE TELEGRAPH

  • Burnley face competition for the signature of West Brom forward Jay Rodriguez this summer.

BOURNEMOUTH ECHO

  • Bournemouth are one of a number of top-flight clubs said to be interested in Baggies frontman Jay Rodriguez.

LEICESTER MERCURY

  • Leicester are reportedly targeting a summer move for Nice winger Bassem Srarfi.

SOUTH WALES EVENING POST

  • Swansea are closing in on a deal for FK Ostersunds manager Graham Potter.

YORKSHIRE EVENING POST

  • Leeds forward Marcus Antonsson’s future at Elland Road remains in doubt amid interest for his services from Sweden.

DERBY TELEGRAPH

  • Derby target Kamil Grosicki has cast doubt over his future at Hull.

NOTTINGHAM POST

  • Hull defender Michael Dawson is set to complete his return to Nottingham Forest.
  • Notts County are expected to make another bid to sign Kristian Dennis after seeing an initial offer turned down for the Chesterfield forward.

THE BOLTON NEWS

  • Bolton are reportedly in a three-way battle to sign Bristol City ‘keeper Frank Fielding.

WIGAN EVENING POST

  • Paul Cook says he is fine with his out-of-contract players weighing up their options before deciding whether to remain with Wigan next season.
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